The lunch in naguires is always fantastic with top quality ingredients and lovely staff prices r resonable too
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We had very good chicken bagels. Everything fresh and very tasty. After that we were spoiled with the best waffles- light, crispy and full of flavours. Waitress was very nice. Prices very reasonable. Definitely will be back.
Wide selection of sandwhiches, wraps and salads. Lots of classic Irish dishes. All dishes are really well prepared and look appetizing. Taste very good as well!
Maguires is always a great rest stop after a good hike around Tara or even just for a sneaky cuppa and chat with friends.
We improvised a quick lunch in this cafe after our visit to the archeological site, as it was the only restaurant nearby and were delighted to find some delicious food. The kids has burgers, while we ordered a seafood chowder and smoked salmon with soda...More
Nice place, with cafe, restaurant and gift shop. Nice outdoor seating area. Myself and a friend where out cycling and decided to stop for a scone and a coffee. When the scones where put in front of us we just looked at each other. They...More
Great place for a breakfast meet up. Good selection on the menu and the pancakes are fab. All staff cannott do enough for you and you can bring dogs to the outdoor area and staff will bring them water. Lunch menu is great too and...More
Maguires cafe is situated right on the Hill of Tara.Excellent location. Very good choice of food, however service is a little slow. This after queuing 15 minutes plus.Tends to be a little pricey.
We ate here yesterday for lunch. Very busy and noisy when we arrived with predominantly groups of lunching ladies and families with young kids. Great varied menu with sandwiches, wraps and dinners courses. We ordered a turkey wrap and a chicken and Brie panini. Promptly...More
My children and I ate three meals here (lunch once and dinner twice), and we loved all three visits. My older son and I had paninis (I had cheese, tomato, and onion, and he had tuna, both delicious) and my younger son ate from the...More